Nixon Peabody works with developers, investors, and others to understand public and private sustainable development tools, requirements, and systems, including LEED®, green building acts, and other green building standards. We collaborate with our clients to incorporate these protocols and regulations into development, management, and investment programs. We have experience counseling clients through the risks and opportunities, and myriad development, financial, and regulatory documents to comply with green standards, and we assist with incorporating green financial incentives, including renewable energy and other tax credits (such as wind, solar, and biomass) into these programs. We have experience with the following related issues:
Corporate Counsel | December 16, 2019
This article, covering six tips for general counsel to fortify their corporate reputations, cites New Partners Community Solar Corporation as an example of effectively collaborating with others for greater impact. The authors mention Nixon Peabody’s collaboration with the District Department of Energy & Environment, Brookfield Properties, National Housing Trust Community Development Fund, Enterprise Community Partners, and Sol Systems in forming NP Community Solar.
Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly | December 26, 2018
Solar Power World | July 10, 2018
Washington DC partner Jeff Lesk and senior counsel Herb Stevens, both of the Community Development Finance Group, are mentioned in this story after NPSolar was named Community/Shared Renewables Project of the Year by the Interstate Renewable Energy Council.
Opportunities NB Blog | December 14, 2017
This Q&A features Boston M&A and Corporate Transactions partner Chris Keefe and recaps his presentation about doing business in the U.S. at Greenbuild, a conference focused on sustainable building and design.
Solar Industry Mag | August 30, 2017
Nixon Peabody is mentioned as one of the firms that contributed to the creation of the Solar Energy Industries Association’s (SEIA) newly released model contract to encourage solar power development in the commercial and industrial sectors.
The National Law Journal | August 26, 2017
This article features the Washington, DC office’s solar program and mentions partners Jeff Lesk and Herb Stevens, who manage grants for the firm’s nonprofit New Partners Community Solar Corp.